CETRAM Cuatro Caminos Station by Manuel Cervantes Estudio + JSa

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Manuel Cervantes Estudio + Jsa
Project Team
Carlos Rodríguez, Edgar Beltran, Israel Caballero, Frine Ortega, Jimena Antillon, Misael Romero ,Ana Rita Alves, Christian Santillano, Alejandro Alfaro, Omar Rojas, Carolina Ángeles, Mariana Paz, Gabriela Delgado, Hector Moreno, Ulises Solís, Yair Duarte.
Structural engineering.- Grupo Colinas de Buen. Electric engineering.- Hubard & Bourlon S.A de C.V. Logistics of urban trips.- UTL (Urban Travel and Logistics). Transit and Transportation Consultant.- Dra. Florencia Serranía Soto.
Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico State. Mexico

Manuel Cervantes Céspedes. Manuel Cervantes Estudio

Manuel Cervantes Céspedes, director of CC Arqiotectps, and  graduated as an architect from the Anáhuac del Norte University. In 2002 he founded CC Arquitectos | now Manuel Cervantes Estudio. He has worked with institutions such as the Center for Promoting Architectural and Urban Culture (CCAU) in Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco, on the Intertectonics II course; the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) in the United States, and the Madrid Transport Consortium in Spain.

He has been awarded by 22 national and international prizes, notably the Luis Barragán Lifetime Achievement Award from Mexico’s College of Architects-Society of Mexican Architects (CAM-SAM), the Architectural League of New York 2015 Emerging Voices, the Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award 2014, and first prize in the architectural design category at the 19th Quito Pan-American Architecture Biennial - BAQ 2014.

Javier Sánchez. JS+a

Javier Sánchez, founding partner and director of JS, graduated from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México with an honorable mention (1996) and with a master's degree in Science and Development of Real Estate Projects from Columbia University, New York (1998) in 1996 founded the JSª Architecture Workshop. Since 2009 he is a member of the National System of Art Creators of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts. In 2008, he was elected Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and in 2006 received the Golden Lion at the Venice Architecture Biennial in the urban project category, for the social housing project Brazil 44. In 2010, he opened an office in Peru to follow up on his clients and local projects.



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